Teaching contexts

Artist and writer Ian Monroe was born in New York in 1972 and currently lives and works in London. He received his MA from Goldsmiths College, University of London in 2002.


Jessica Voorsanger is a multimedia artist who explores popular culture, in particular ‘celebrity’, through obsession, fans and media representation; using a range of media, including painting, photography, performance and film.


William Cobbing’s artworks encompass a diverse range of media, including video, installation and performance. Cobbing’s works allude to the idea of entropy, blurring of the boundaries between the body and the landscape.



Dr Edwina  fitzPatrick  (Course Leader) is a multi disciplinary artist, whose work explores the ways that we engage with living environment. Her artwork involves mutability and change. Key interests: climate change, archives, sited sculptural practice, forests, cross-disciplinary dialogues



Lois Rowe has been writing, publishing and exhibiting her work internationally since the late 90s. Her work is sometimes print-based, often resolved through the media of sculpture and costume. Lois Rowe’s short films make particular and recurring reference to the role of authorial voice in the construction of sound and un-sound narrative spaces and their consequences for a possible viewer.